Sabancaya Volcano Volcanic Ash Advisory: INTERMITTENT EMISSIONS to 28000 ft (8500 m) — VolcanoDiscovery – Visit Active Volcanoes: Volcano News

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Study: Oxford Academics Promote Covid-19 Renewable Investment Stimulus — Iowa Climate Science Education

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to the Oxford meta-analysis, the least desirable stimulus measures proposed are airline bailouts, traditional transport infrastructure, income tax cuts, reduction in VAT and other goods and services taxes, and rural support policies. The abstract of the study; Will COVID-19 fiscal recovery packages accelerate or retard progress on climate change? […]

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May snow in Romania — Iowa Climate Science Education

“VIDEO – Snow in Romania, at the beginning of May,” reads the headline. https://m.dcnews.ro/ninsoare-in-romania-la-inceput-de-mai_747163.html Thanks to Alexandru Tanase for this link The post May snow in Romania appeared first on Ice Age Now. via Ice Age Now https://ift.tt/35HmfSL May 6, 2020 at 05:08PM

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S.D. regulators open docket for a 64-turbine wind farm planned in Hyde County #SD — National Wind Watch: News and Information

State regulators have set a hearing next month to gather input from the public on a wind-power facility proposed for central South Dakota. ENGIE North America Inc. 57 weitere Wörter

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Beware: the famous Flu death tally is “highly adjusted” and Coronavirus is still 10 times worse — JoNova

The annual Flu death tally is not what it seems It’s another bubble I don’t want to pop. Thanks for sticking in there in the quest for data that counts. 187 weitere Wörter

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Keine staatstragende Statistik? — EIKE – Europäisches Institut für Klima & Energie

Ein Blick in die offizielle Sterbestatistik zeigt: COVID-19-Sterbefälle machen sich bislang in der Gesamtzahl der Sterbefälle nicht bemerkbar. Eine Übersterblichkeit durch COVID-19 ist bisher nicht feststellbar. 1.088 weitere Wörter

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BAS participates in EGU General Assembly 2020 — British Antarctic Survey

As the world continues to work around lockdown, the EGU General Assembly 2020 will take place this week (4-8 May) online. The annual EGU (European Geosciences Union) meeting, which usually …

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New album Aurora Musicalis brings the ‘sounds of space’ to the public — British Antarctic Survey

A new album with the unique ‘sounds of space’ recorded from Antarctica is released free today (6 May 2020). Aurora Musicalis contains the natural radio ‘sounds’ of our planet, recorded …

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Aso Volcano Volcanic Ash Advisory: ACTIVITY CONT. VA AT 20200506/1800Z FL050 EXTD SW OBS VA DTG: 06/1750Z — VolcanoDiscovery – Visit Active Volcanoes: Volcano News

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Cold air rises—what that means for Earth’s climate — Tallbloke’s Talkshop

Are these researchers proposing a kind of reverse greenhouse effect in the tropics? Conventional knowledge has it that warm air rises while cold air sinks, says Phys.org. But a study from the University of California, Davis, found that in the tropical atmosphere, cold air rises due to an overlooked effect—the lightness of water vapor. This […]

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